We take this very seriously and continue to build up a page of resources.
Visit the CEOP’s Thinkuknow website to find find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it. Most importantly, there’s also a place which anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they are chatting to online. All the information here is brought to you by the team at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.
We are pleased to have signed up to Parent Info, a free service for schools run by CEOP and the Parent Zone, which brings together the most up-to-date expert content for parents on issues affecting people online. Please see the online articles at the bottom of this page.
Childline support for Cyberbullying
Digizen resources for Cyberbullying
Childnet Cyberbullying resources
The guide below has been put together to help parents and carers better understand the issues surrounding cyberbullying and how to help their children should they become a victim.
KS2 safer search engine based on Google safe search
Instruction and video about Google safe search
Validity and Reliability
Pacific North west tree octopus – spoof website
Explorers website with supporting materials to challenge content
General E-Safety Support
Net Aware This is a site where parents rate social media apps and sites based on the features their appropriateness. I like that it describes the potential dangers and even tells what age children should be allowed to have access to it.
Digital Safety – an article that gives families a general overview of several dangers on the Internet and how to deal with them, such as child online safety and social media safety.
Uk Safer Internet Centre ( with parent section )
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre and Thinkuknow for parents
Google short film clips, parental guidance on child use of internet and devices
Childnet (Know it All resources)
South West Grid for Learning
Practical advice on how to protect yourself, your computer or mobile device
The latest advice from Parent Info
Sometimes you can sort out a problem on your own. But if you have a worry you can’t cope with, don’t bottle it up. It can really help if you talk to someone in your family, a carer, one of your friends or maybe a teacher. And you can contact Childline at any time by calling 0800 1111 or by following this link.